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Climate information basics

Feb 13, 2020 ...Climate information basics Get some context on climate information. Learn about climate services, climate change trends, emissions scenarios, climate models, climate data, the role of climate information in decision-making, and key climate change concepts. Services and information Climate trends and projections Climate change trends in temperature

Climate trends and projections

Feb 13, 2020 ...Climate trends and projections The climate is changing and impacting Canadians. Human influences are changing the chemistry of the Earth, which is causing increases in average global temperatures. Related effects vary by region and include more hot extremes, less cold extremes, more heavy downpours and potentially higher occurrence of flooding, droughts

Climate data from Environment and Climate Change Canada

Feb 11, 2020 ...Climate data from Environment and Climate Change Canada On this page Display and download climate simulations Display and download value-added historical climate data products Display and download historical climate and river data The following climate datasets are available on the climate data viewer and climate data extraction tool. In addition

Display and download climate data

Feb 11, 2020 ...Display and download climate data The Canadian Centre for Climate Services (CCCS) is working to increase access to these sources of data by helping Canadians find and use the data that they need. Climate data portals To ensure the right audience has access to the right tool, the CCCS has supported a suite of data portals. Climate Atlas of Canada Start

Measuring the climate

Feb 13, 2020 ...Measuring the climate Hourly weather conditions and other climate-related data are recorded at weather observing stations around the world. Satellites, weather balloons and other types of instruments also observe weather conditions. Daily observations may include: total rainfall total snowfall total precipitation amount of snow accumulation on the ground

About the Canadian Centre for Climate Services

Feb 13, 2020 ...About the Canadian Centre for Climate Services Who we are The Canadian Centre for Climate Services (CCCS) is a dedicated multi-disciplinary team with expertise across a broad range of climate-related disciplines. We work with partners and stakeholders to support the implementation of the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. Our goals

What's in Canada's climate plan

Jan 7, 2020 ...What's in Canada's climate plan The Pan-Canadian Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change is our plan to help us meet our emissions reduction targets, grow the economy, and build resilience to a changing climate. Where Canada's emissions come from and what are we doing to reduce them See how Canada's climate plan is making an impact. Find out more Long

Climate Change - Gros Morne National Park

Jan 17, 2020 ...Climate Change Climate change is a long-term shift in weather conditions identified by changes in temperature, precipitation, winds, and other indicators. Climate change can involve both changes in average conditions and changes in variability, including, for example, extreme events. Scientists know that the earth's climate varies naturally over time

Climate change

Jan 31, 2020 ...Climate change Canada’s action, climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, emissions reporting. Services and information Causes and effects of climate change Causes, impacts, climate system, greenhouse effect, science, global warming, health. Canada's climate plan Emissions-reduction targets, climate resilience, Pan-Canadian Framework

Climate trends and variations

Feb 11, 2020 ...Climate Trends and Variations Bulletin Much of Canadian economic and social activity is climate dependent. Understanding how Canada's climate is changing, in the context of global climate change, is important for developing adaptive responses. The Climate Trends and Variations Bulletin (CTVB) helps communicate to Canadians how Canada's climate has changed

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